It's time for Dodger baseball.
For years, fans in Los Angeles have been vocal over their anger and disappointment that Dodger games are not available on television broadcast for everyone.
As the Dodgers begin to wind down their season, they are on a historic pace.
They currently possess the best record in baseball, they are on pace to set the franchise record in wins, and are the clear-cut favorites to win the World Series.
So with that in mind, the team's exclusive television network, Spectrum SportsNet LA, announced a simulcast agreement with KTLA Channel 5 on Wednesday that will simultaneously air six games down the stretch of the MLB season.
The simulcast broadcasts will begin on August 22, and will continue each and every Tuesday for the next six weeks. The games are split evenly with three games at home and three on the road.
The announcement is the third partnership between KTLA and Spectrum Networks as last season, KTLA aired the last six games of the season in honor of the retirement of Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully.
This year, the Dodgers and KTLA aired 10 games in April and May before going silent for the Summer months.
Here is the complete schedule released by the Dodgers on Wednesday afternoon:
Spectrum Networks announced it has reached an agreement to broadcast an additional six games on @KTLA this season. https://t.co/ME1am8WUGm pic.twitter.com/z1uY7GD6Te— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) August 3, 2017